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McAfee invented DRM photos posted on Facebook

Which was presented to us as a "condom for your social life" allows you to prohibit your friends to download your photos published. The screen printing is disabled, but we have no details on the exact functioning of this solution.

iPad mini: delivery times lengthen

Opened last Friday iPad preorders have mini seems it really started. Evidenced by the delivery which have been in a few hours from the original date of November 2 to 2 weeks.

VIZIO announced of Windows 8

PC newcomer Vizio has announced their Windows 8 holiday lineup consisting of two all-in-one desktops, two Ultrabooks and a single notebook.

A new generation of remote control helicopter

Enthusiasts gear remote controlled, you ever imagined you spend eternal joysticks with various buttons that never end? Here Chorus Helicopter Remote Control will transport you to another universe.


Thursday, August 30, 2012

Samsung has introduced a camera on Android

Samsung has introduced a camera equipped with Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G, fully controlled via a touchscreen interface on Android Jelly Beam.

Back, we would not say that it is a camera phone but rather with its beautiful 4.8-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (308 dots per inch).

Certainly, there are still some buttons on top of the camera as the shutter button, zoom lever or the commissioning of the zoom, but the bulk of manipulations and adjustments will be made through the touch interface located all over the back of the housing.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Final solution to activate Windows 7

Remove WAT (Windows Activation Technologies) is probably the easiest way to activate your version of Windows 7!

Very easy to use that little patch allows total suppression of activation of Windows 7 (all editions) and Server 2008 R2 with one click.

In addition you can use your Windows edition "life" without activation, your version will be Genuine. So you can receive updates via Windows Update, and pass WGA validation without any problem!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

EBook readers: sales doubled in a year, according to GfK

It sold 300,000 electronic reading lights in France this year, according to GfK.

Sales should democratize reading lights in 2012, with more than 300 000 copies sold in France according to GfK, more than double last year. 27 000 in 2010, sales of e-readers rose to 145,000 in 2011 before reaching probably 300 000 this year.

This dynamic is in response to good numbers in 2011, when 1.1 million digital books have been downloaded, for a total of 12 million euros. GfK publishes forecasts for growth over the next four years relatively optimistic, with a turnover sector estimated at 55 million in 2015.

Monday, August 27, 2012

LG Optimus G leaked - progeasy

LG’s new top-end Android phone, the Optimus G, has been the subject of a new leak, with specs and images of the forthcoming handset revealed on a Spanish Android fan site.

The top-end smartphone rocks a massive 4.7-inch screen with a 1280x720 resolution. Under the hood there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, a 1.5 GHz quad-core beast which should make this handset run at lightning speed.

Different RAM Types and its uses

The type of RAM doesn't matter nearly as much as how much of it you've got, but using plain old SDRAM memory today will slow you down. There are main types of RAM: SDRAM, DDR and Rambus DRAM.

SDRAM (Synchronous DRAM)
Almost all systems used to ship with 3.3 volt, 168-pin SDRAM DIMMs. SDRAM is not an extension of older EDO DRAM but a new type of DRAM altogether. SDRAM started out running at 66 MHz, while older fast page mode DRAM and EDO max out at 50 MHz. SDRAM is able to scale to 133 MHz (PC133) officially, and unofficially up to 180MHz or higher. As processors get faster, new generations of memory such as DDR and RDRAM are required to get proper performance.

IPod nano updated with Wi-Fi - progeasy

Apple looks set to bring Wi-Fi to the iPod nano. That’s according to a report from Japanese Apple site Macotakara. It claims it’s spoken to sources who say that the dinky music device will be getting the update at the annual iPod event, due in October.

The move would mean that iPod nano users could use iTunes in the Cloud to access content which they’ve previously bought but had not synced with their PMP. With iPod sales continuing to fall as iPhone and iPad sales soar, this could at least slow down the decline of one of the world’s most iconic gadgets.

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Full Movies on YouTube: and denied responsibility for Google

Many full movies are available on YouTube for some time.

U.S. blockbusters comedies, through the screeners, the video platform YouTube offers users the ability to watch hundreds of full-length movies streaming free and legal manner.

All this is not to the taste of beneficiaries. "The situation can not continue," said the managing director of the Film Producers Association (CPA), Frederick Goldsmith, suggesting possible legal retaliation against the giant of Silicon Valley.

Another interesting fact is not noticed similar phenomenon on other platforms such as Dailymotion legal.

Hacker Chrome, win $ 60,000?

Google announces a contest named Pwnium 2 October 10 next.
Principle of the game: Getting to hack the Google Chrome browser by using its bugs.
The grand prize is $ 60,000, while those who manage to hack the browser with the help of a bug not emanating from it can earn between $ 4000 and $ 5000.

This contest will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Who's up?

Friday, August 17, 2012

Microsoft Surface could be the last straw for Android tablets progeasy

The tablet user experience is a curious thing. There’s really two different kinds of users. You are either a tablet user that wants to move some of the content from your smartphone to a larger screen, or you’ve got it in your mind that you can curb your PC dependent workflow around the limitations of the tablet OS.

When you find yourself as the latter, you wind up playing this game of sacrifices and compromises. You spend hours looking for the right combinations of apps to accomplish the tasks you would normally complete with ease on your traditional PC. When it works, and you are able to bend your workflow to suit your device, there’s this sense of victory over your task as though you’ve beaten the system. The reality of the situation is that, whether you are using iOS or Android, you were the one who was beaten into obeying the limitations of the hardware in front of you.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Chrome 21 fixes bugs and improves the chat

The latest version of Google Chrome browser, delivered in midweek, includes several new features, plus a series of security patches.

Google Chrome 21 inaugurated the implementation of the standard WebRTC communication in real time for the web. The API that provides the browser capabilities of audio and video communication quality is perhaps the most remarkable novelty of this version. Known to getUserMedia API, the new technology "allows a camera and a microphone to be recognized by web applications without plug-in," said the software engineer Shijing Xian on the Google Blog.

Note the new Galaxy unveiled in late August in Berlin

While Apple and Samsung compete to court in California, the Korean giant wants to overshadow the forthcoming announcement of the iPhone via its new smartphone Galaxy rating.

Samsung officially announce its new smartphone Galaxy Rating August 29 in Berlin a preview of the IFA. While Apple and Samsung to litigation before the U.S. court in a trial expected to last several weeks, the marketing teams give it back on the ground.

Sharp announces 5,000 job cuts worldwide

The Japanese electronics group Sharp said Thursday the elimination of 5,000 jobs worldwide by the end of March 2013 in an attempt to restore profitability battered by the slump in LCD market.

Sharp also announced a heavy net loss of 138.4 billion yen (1.4 billion euros) in the first quarter of fiscal year 2012-2013, nearly three times worse than that experienced during the same period of 2011 - 2012, and worsened its already bleak forecasts for the entire year.

Source : AFP